Demolition & Recycling International - September-October 2018
World Demolition Awards shortlists announced; impressive second
quarter for Terex Materials Processing; Powerscreen takes Premiertrak
to Aggregates China exhibition; Rhodar wins UK tower block contract;
Rubble Master starts post-Maximus acquisition recruitment drive; new
demolition degree launched; Keestrack enters Japanese market.
Advanced technology for new demands: D&Ri looks at how breaker
manufacturers are responding to the changing requirements of their
customers, including a project at Wessex Demolition & Salvage.
WORLD DEMOLITION AWARDS
A full rundown of almost 50 shortlisted entries from more than 30
companies that will contest the 2018 awards in Ireland on November 8.
WORLD DEMOLITION AWARDS JUDGES
Meet the international panel who share a combined 300 years of industry
experience and who decided the winners from a record awards entry.
WORLD DEMOLITION SUMMIT
A concise guide to presentations at the Dublin conference, including
speakers from Finland, Germany, India, Italy, Russia and the USA.
Paul Miles of Trimble Field Service Management examines the use of
telematics on equipment and vehicles and the rental company-contractor
relationship, while Cramo sustainability vice president Anders Collman
and others look at the possibilities for promoting a sharing economy.
An unusual application: how the Kemroc Erwetor DMW 220 cutter
wheel helped demolish a 50-year-old motorway bridge in Germany.
Booming equipment sales and a buoyant market ahead of the 2018 show.
French construction company TPV acquires Liebherr R 914 Compact crawler excavator; MB Crusher supplies screening buckets to 2022 World Cup
football stadium sites in Qatar.
A look ahead to the EDA-CECE Think Tank on demolition equipment that takes place in Brussels, Belgium on October 10.